The Pantagraph from Bloomington, Illinois on October 1, 1967 · Page 18
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Th Pantagraph B-2 Bloomington-Normat, 111. Sun., Oct. 1, T967 Wesleyan Overcomes Augustana, 17-3 r L - - ,,.v. 1 - 42 i4r: "C X V V Trv f "V , 1 Illinois State defenders Dennis Nelson (72, outstretched arms) and Arnie Giles (27) swarm over an attempted punt from end zone by Chicago Circle's Wayne Williams (83). The blocked kick rolled out of the end zone Redbirds Escape, By Bill Kindt Pantagraph Sports Writer CHICAGO-Illinois State Uni versity won its third football game of the year, more than in the last two years combined, but wound up getting a scare before finally downing University of Illinois Chicago Campus, 16-14, at Winnemac Park. The Chikas scored two touch-tiowns in the waning moments of the fourth quarter to give Coach Larry Bitcon and the Redbirds all they could handle. ISU had trouble denting the Chikas armor in the first period although the Redbirds controlled the play. Redbirds Roll But toward the end of the first stanza, the Redbird offense finally got going. ISU drove from Its own 40 to score in 17 plays at the outset of the sec ond quarter The Redbirds found some; running room between the Chik as tackles, and quarterback Mike Phillips alternated Jim McMillan, Jed Waters, Rick She-mansky and Clarence Mokszy-dki on short snurts through the line. McMillan was Injured on an 'on the Redbirds, gave the Chik-end run during the drive and, as a first and goal on the ISU didn't play the rest of the way. I three. Izral used two quarter-Bitcon said McMillan twisted i back sneaks to score the touch-his knee but will not know how down. Carbone again converted, seriously until after the doctor I and things were dangerously checks. ;close- However, time was running Hits Newbrough out for the Chikas as 2o seconds Phillips hit Art Newbrough, j remained when ISU received better known for his defensive j the kickoff . piay, wiin a lourin-aown pass, at the Chika 20 to keep the drive rolling. Six plays later, Phillips found Newbrough alone in we west corner oi me ena zone from four yards away,!well at all. We weren't sharp' and the Redbirds led 7-0 after! offensively or defensively. Jerry Kinnikin, used only as ai "The squad wasn't as ready i kicker against UICC, toed the for this game as they were for point alter touchdown. the last two," he continued. But the Chikas dug in, and,"we have to get a great deal ISU couldn't move the ball the better to win next Saturday, remainder of the first half. But if you can play flat and ti n n.JL!..J J Meanwnue, me neuDiru fense, led by 6 foot, 4 inch, 245-pound tackle Dennis Nelson, kept the home team in check. A 23-yard punt return by Guy Homoly set up a Redbird score at the outset of the third quar- ter. but it was a salety and noli a 1U. Drive To 3 Phillips, again using Waters and Mokszycki on slant plays, drove the Redbirds to the UICC three Here the Chikas rallied and stopped Denny McNamara j . . p ... One yard Short Of paydirt On fourth down and goal. . ., , ... The Chikas could do nothing with the football, and on fourth jnrl civ Wotmo William six. oayne 1 i 1 1 d 111 a ' droDDpd back tn nunt Thp RpH-- UIUJJIU UdLK IU puill. lilt 1VLU birds nilt on a hir rush with . . , r, , . . .. , ;eison DiocKing tne punt, ancu forcing the ball out of the end zone for an ISU safety. Mokszycki returned the ensu ing free-kick to the Chika 35, and it took Phillips just seven plays to find Mokszycki loose in' the corner of the end zone for the second Redhird tnurh.!College, paced by halfback AI down. Kinnikin again converted : "g and quterback Curt and ISU was off and winging,' ence football game here. . 154 Long scored twice on runs of 76 and 34 yards and ran up Cut Lead 228 yards in 20 carries in the But the Chikas were far from victory, which left Ripon 2-0 in out of the ballgame. After Ed the conference. Knox is 0-2. Knapp and Dan Rogers dropped .Powell threw for two touch-quarterback Jim Izral for a downs and was 15 to 22 in nine-yard loss back to the Chika; the game. smith, Yardstick ISU cc Total First Downj 10 By rushing 7 3 By passing 5 By penalty 0 2 Net yards gained from Scrimmage 168 1W By rushing 135 130 By passing 33 59 Passes attempted 11 23 Completed 5 Intercepted by 1 1 Number of punts 6 8 Average distance 36.8 34.8 Number of fumbles 4 1 Own fumbles recovered 3 0 Yards penalized 43 48 47, the junior signal caller hit Jim McNellis with a sideline pass to the ISU 10. Izral, scrambing to get away from Nelson, found Tom Kriz alone in front of the goal posts about a yard deep in the end zone. Carl Carbone added the point after and ISU's lead was cut to 16-7. The Chikas weren't finished yet. The next time UICC had its hands on the football, Izral hit Kriz again and the big end carried the ball to the ISU 20-yard line. Penalties Hurt pass interference call on jHomoly, plus a personal foul Phillips took the ball after the snap and fell on it as the final gun went off. "We're iust hannv tn win ' said Bitcon. "We didn't plav - 4 - r.' ...... ue-istjii w n we are haDuv." The Redbirds will be home to play Central Missouri next week. ILLINOIS STATE E Olson, Krleg, James, Kruse. Bo- llndpr, Williams, Rahn, Ziemke, Nleci-wiecki; T Zimmerman, Biornstad, Beil-fuss, Nelson, Sanlord, Rudlcil, Stone, BiCik &..,'!Jin i flan; c Parrilll, WhitaKer, Hiqhsmitn; u aminos, snemsnsKv, Mew an. Wat- ers, Kinnikin, Holden, Mokszyck, Giles, Homely, Newbrough, Rader, Llkerns, Cotter, McNamara, Covert, Althide. UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS cnicago campus I E -Menaro. Kriz, Lindner, Bankel, Rli-powicz, Williams, Zamlrowski: T Knor- .ky'BrLtcias' Li,Jnra-e' Gr7a- 'c - Antoi, - b izrai, Gotkowski, McNeins', Carbone, Sigalos, Payton, Rees, Strate- soes, Zaiac, Sobcrski, Gramarossa, Gar. Score by Quarters t 2 4 T'l in.no. si.t. o 7 o-u ch"" c,rcle V"-'4 . ""' Mate scoring TD New- brough 4 yd. pass from Phillips); "i"" vd. pass from Phillips). PAT-Kinnikm, 2. Satetv-Nelson blocked ball went cut of end zone Chicago Circle Scoring TD Kriz s vd. pass trorn , izran.- izrai (i yd. PAT Carbone, 2. Ripon Stuns Knox, 37-13 RIPON, Wis. (LTD - Ripon for a two-point safety, and this third quarter play proved to be the winning margin in ISU's 16-14 victory. Other identifiable ISU players are Mike Battista (67) and Jerry Williams (85). w .. MawMTK jdF w i ,f , ? f , , j, i Pop Goes the Football Chicago Circle halfback Steve Korovesis loses his grip on the football as he's hit from both sides by Illinois State tacklers on the kickoff opening the second half. Hitting him are Rod Springer (37) and John Stone, partially visible. The Chikas retained possession when the ball squirted out of bounds. (ISU Photos) Alabama Southern MOBILE, Ala. (UPI)-Ala-bama southpaw quarterback Kenny Stabler hit end Dennis Homan for three touchdown passes Saturday night to lead the ninth-ranked Crimson Tide to a 25-3 victory over stubborn Southern Misslssiooi. Homan broke an individual game pass reception record for Alabama with his third touchdown reception. Homan grabbed off 11 passes during the night to surpass the standard set by Ray Perkins now with the Baltimore Colts and scores on 20, 6, and 33-vard aerials. Steve Davis kicked 'a 30 yard field goal forAIabama aerial attack catching the Tide, and Pete Moore ranifrom the left sicJe of the field over a two-pointer after the;wltn 11,,man striking from the third Homan touchdown. r'8nt- Ihor Kondrat kicked a 30 yard field goal to close out the first half for Southern Mississippi's only score. Stabler was never sharper, completing 19 of' 26 pass attempts for 191 yards through the air including a string of eight in Bama's second drive which covered 74 yards in 12! plays in the third quarter. ; head Coach Tom Boisture. The victory was Alabama's) Two Yale fumbles led directly first for the season after last! to first-period touchdowns by week's surprising 37-37 tie with! Holy Cross fullback Dick Giardi Florida State. It was Southern from two and one yard out. Mississippi's fi' t loss in three! Giardi also scored on a 16-yard games. .run in the third period which Quarterback Tommy Bout-1 climaxed the Crusaders' 72-yard well, a junior college transfer, march. 16-14 . o 'V. w-i: v v., Pounds Miss. kept the Alabama defense scrambling with his coolness under fire, frequently coming back from long losses to pick up vital first downs on pass completions and runs. The 38,285 fans in" Ladd Stadium saw Alabama stall on its first drive at Southern Mississippi's goal after Donnie Sutton returned a punt 49 yards to the Southerner 23. Davis missed his first field goal attempt of the night from 37 yards. Sutton balanced off the Fumbles Cost Yale Loss to Holy Cross NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) -Holy Cross capitalized on five fumble recoveries and defeated Yale 26-14 Saturday in the season opener for both teams and the debut of new Holy Cross By Fred Young Happiness is being No. 1. Those Wesleyan Titans, who have title aspirations had to fight for every inch Saturday night at the stadium to down a big, burly Augustana eleven but arose to the occasion in the fourth quarter heroically to knock off the defending CCIW champions, 17-3, in as bitter a battle as has ever been waged on this ancient football field. For three quarters of the way, (See picture on B-l) the crowd would have been happy to have settled for a 3-3 draw. But thanks to a magnifi cent defense that stood them in good stead all the way, the of fense began to show signs of clicking in the fourth quarter and the Titans scored two touchdowns in the final 12 min utes to carry off their initial conference test of the year. 129 in Penalties John Thorne, who had one of his better days, counted the first. He raced 19 yards for the first TD and the second came from the four when Randy DeWar scooted wide of his own left end. This was a game of penalties and declinations, the visitors drawing 129 yards in penalties while Wesleyan was punished for 73 yards. There were a doz en declinations in addition, and at times, tempers soared to the point where the officials had to separate some of the more ob streperous. If ever a football game was decided by a tight defense this was it. The winners twice stopped Viking thrusts when they needed only inches for a first down. It would probably be unfair to single out any in dividual in a great team performance of this kind but the IWU ends, Joe Barth and Dick Berardi, were simply outstand- Tennessee Rips Auburn, 27-13 KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Quarterback Dewey Warren passed for one touchdown and ran tor another baturday in leading Tennessee to a 27-13 Southeastern Conference victory over Auburn before being carried off the field with a knee injury. Warren, who completed eight of 12 passes for 80 yards, hit end Kenny DeLong with a three-yard toss in the end zone for Tennessee's first score and sneaked over from the one for the second. But midway of the third quar ter, with Tennessee leading 14- 13, Warren s right knee buckled under him on a tackle and he was carried off the field on a stretcher. Texas Tech Stops Texas AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) - John Scovell's running and passing !and the toe of Ken Binyard brought Texas Tech a 19-13 victory over Texas after seven years of frustration Saturday night, as the Red Raiders rolled on as the only unbeaten team in Southwest Conference football. But It wasn't until the last gun fired that Tech got its glittering triumph as the climax of a great duel between Scovell and Chris Gilbert of Texas. As time was running out, Gilbert ran a kickoff back from five yards behind his goal line to the Tech 44 and the crowd of 66,000 went wild. But Tech stopped Texas and then fought off a wild Texas drive in the final seconds with a pass interception by Eddie Windham. Anderson Sparkles; St.Olaf Wins, 42-32 NORTHFIELD, Minn. (UPI)-Paul Anderson plunged for four touchdowns to spearhead a strong ground attack that gave St. Olaf a 42-32 victory over Monmouth in a wide-open Midwest Coference college football battle Saturday. Anderson plunged for two short-yardage scores in both the first and third quarters and the Oles held on to weather a three touchdown rally by Monmouth in the fourth period. Monmouth quarterback Ken Farrar sparked the rally with scoring passes of 83 yards to Stan Dawson and 10 yards to Jeff Steinberoer. Yardstick w A 7 3 1 2 145 66 79 24 t 3 11 39. 2 2 129 Total First Downj 19 By rushing 12 By passing 4 By penalty 3 Net yards gained from icnmmagt 268 By rushing 166 By passing 102 Passes attempted 32 completed u Intercepted bv 0 Number of punts 7 Average distant 32.3 Number of fumbles 1 Own fumbles recovered .. 0 Yards penalized 73 ing as the 66 yards net rushing attests. Hit 13 Passes Randy DeWar ran his team superbly and connected on 13 of 32 passes and proved more than the superior of Ken Anderson, the highly touted Augustana quarterback, who saw three of his passes intercepted by the alert Titan secondary. The secondary took good care of the Vikings' aerial game, the Rock Island team completing only 8 of 24 aerials. But Augus tana always threatened but as usually is the case, the team with the better forwards all triumphed. This was the sixth straight Little Olympics Swim Team Named NEW YORK (AP) - Don Schollander of Yale University, a four-time winner in the 1964 Olympics at Tokyo, and Debbie Meyer of Sacramento, Calif., world record-holder in the free style, head a 16-member team of swimmers and divers which will represent the United States in the Little Olympics at Mexi co City Oct. 14-28. The Little Olympics will serve as a preview of the 1968 Games. The Amateur Athletic Union, making the announcement Saturday, said the United States would send approximately 80 athletes in all, including competitors in track and field, boxing, weight-lifting, water polo and gymnastics. Besides the 16 official members of the swimming and diving team, twenty-one others will make the trip at their own expense to gain experience, the AAU said. The over-all list includes: Women Janie Barkman, Wayne, Pa.; Ellie Daniel, Elk- ins Park, Pa. ; Catie Ball, Jack sonville, Fla.; Caludia Kolb, Santa Clara, Calif.; Kendis Moore, Phoenix, Ariz.; Micki King, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Miss Meyer, Sacramento, Calif., and one diver to be selected. Men Mike Burton, Carmi-chael, Calif.; Pete Williams, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Larry Barbiere and Carl Robie, Philadelphia; Wayne Anderson, Santa Clara; Keith Russell, Mesa, Ariz.; Win Young, Bloomington, Ind., and Schollander, Santa Clara. mm WINTER-TIRES NOW 2 WINTER TIRES FOR THE SEASON 1 Here's what you get . . . 2 Winter Tires Installed on your ear Your Tires Stored nstil April 1st, 1968 Our Tires removed and your Tires installed ext April All Punctures Repaired FREE! BE PREPARED FOR ' WINTER DRIVE IN TODAY ClAY D00LEY ilISLriREMan' 95 year Wesleyan has won from Augustana, but each of tnese games has been closely contested. Dewar's passes to Daydif and Cavitt were responsible for 102 of the 268 yards gained from scrimmage. Field Goal There were 4 minutes, 41 seconds remaining of the initial quarter when Ron Farrar kicked a successful field goal to put the hosts off in front. Ton Tessiatore, the Augie placement expert duplicated on the first play of the second quarter, and the half ended 3-3. Visions of breaking the dead lock began to soar in the final period when Bob Linder made a beautiful 28 yard return of one of Dick Haugen's punts to the Augustana 32. The Titans got a good break when the Vikings were penal ized for roughing Bill Duncan, the Titans' punter and placed the ball on the Augie 26. Then they shook Thorne loose for the final 19 yards and Farrar boot ed the extra point to send their total to 10-3. The extra-curricular roster Mark Spitz. Greg Buckingham, Mike Wall, Ray Rivero, Mitch Ivey, Fred Haywood, Linda Gustavson, Pam Carpenelli, Nancy Ryan, Lynn Vidali and Lee Davis, all of Santa Clara; Fred Southward, Bloomington, Ind.; John Kinsella, Hinsdale, 111.; Beppy Walton, Sheryl Lawrence and Fletcher Kaska, Jacksonville, Fla.. and divers Patty Simms and Sue Gossick of California and Cynthia Potter, Houston. V-. My j 1 -('! I :su?. how to recognize Charter by Fashion Park, the natural shoulder suit for Fall '67: 1. The three-btitton coat. 2. The deeper center vent. 3. The new wider pocket flap. 4. The new wider lapel. 5. Traditional patterns in Fall '67 colors. ' 6. CHARTER, NATURAL SHOULDER HAND-TAILORING We would be delighted to show you our complete Fashion Park collection for Fall-Winter 1967. Suits, sportcoats, Saturday suits and outercoats, all hand-tailored in Rochester by this master tailor. Their Made To Your Measure Custom Box has just arrived. Please, come in. NIDWIST SMKCMOS WHCOMEHEK Open Monday r 1 15 N. The final touchdown came with only 2.46 remaining to play and Dewar swept wide of his own left end for the TD wat meant that the Vikings were dead ducks. Haugen's punting as much as any one other factor kept the Titans in hot water most of the evening. Trouble Adjusting The score does not begin to tell the real tale of this tremendous struggle which sends the north siders off in first place in the conference race with Carthage, North Park and Carroll, also undefeated in league play. Bob Keck, the IWU line coach, said that if he was to pay tribute to anyone of his linemen, "I would have to name the entire front wall, so well did they function. "The secondary had a bit of trouble adjusting. When they got acclimated, I could not have asked more," added the IWU line coach. Jim Minnehan, one of the defensive backs, and mainstay of the secondary, was not used at all but Kelly Kane, Carnii sophomore, came up with a fine job. WESLEYAN E Daydif, Cavitt, Barth, Berardi, Kav, McGregor, Beaftvj T White, Janett, Hosteller, Brlckman; G Kellett, Stronberg, Johnson, Strachan, Skelton; C Beaumont, Potter, Rutledge; B DeWarz, Kreltz, Thorne, McWhlnnle, Zora, Krosh, Kane. Farrar. E Zarl, Weurus, Ander, Kolrlla; T Morgan, Wlngard, Keenan; G Martin, Mainar, Horn, Tomasiewlcz, Flor, Hen-rvf C Sevems; B Anderson, Haugen, Butsch, Olebel, Aver, Bashaar, Ander, Gahl, O'Rourke, Saverese, Jerdon. Terwil-liger. Score by Quarters Wesleyan Augustana 1 1 3 T'l 111 141 1 I Wesleyan Scoring1 TO Thorne 1 yd. run)) DeWar (4 yd. run). PAT Far-ror, 2 (kicks). FG Farror (31 yd. kick). (32 yd. kick). . , Augustana Scorlnfl FS Tesslator (32 vd. kick). Officials Referee, McKlntv: Umpire, Menz; Head Linesman, Bowman; Field Judge. Lawlor. TOWN TIRE, INC. In the Big Orange Bldg. 1700 W. Washington HOME OF THE REVOLUTIONARY NEW POLYESTER CORD TIRS From 119.95 Other59JS5toU9J3S & Friday Till 9 P.M. Main St. n HInaJtMlBaiWf4(V4'i

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